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What’s in a name?

Kado is the phonetic spelling for the french word, “cadeau”, meaning gift or present.

Kado perfectly encapsulates what our clients are trying to do. Reward their customers and subscribers for their continued loyalty. In a competitive marketplace, being able to offer exclusive rewards to your customers could be the difference between increasing the lifetime value of your customer or losing them altogether to a competitor.

Clock, the digital agency behind Kado, has been building bespoke loyalty platforms since 2009 for clients such as The Times and The Wall Street Journal. Clock’s experience, knowledge and expertise has culminated in the creation of Kado.

We would love to talk to you about how Kado can be integrated into your business and help you to grow and retain your customers.

Who uses Kado?

Screenshots of Kado powered Trinity Mirror websites, on a desktop computer and smart phone

Trinity Mirror

One of the UK’s largest regional media networks, Trinity Mirror, with a portfolio of over 100 print titles and over 70 websites was looking for a platform to house their rewards programme.


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Screenshots of Kado powered Time Inc websites, on a desktop computer and smart phone

Time Inc.

One of the world’s largest media companies, Time Inc. chose Kado to help them launch a rewards programme for the huge stable of magazine subscribers in UK.


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Kado also works for these fine folk

Derby Telegraph
Cycling Weekly
Plymouth Herald
Livingetc
Instyle
TV Times
Nottingham Post
Bristol Post
Leicester Mercury
Golf Monthly
Ideal Home
Marie Claire